Better Business Bureau celebrates Central Indiana’s 2021 Torch Awards winners

INDIANA – It’s the time of year where many come together to celebrate and look back on the year. To add to the festivities, the Better Business Bureau serving Central Indiana announced its 2021 Torch Awards for Ethics recipients as they celebrate those who do so much to our community.

Gerry Dick

Gerry Dick, the host of Emmy Award-winning Inside INdiana Business, elicited heartwarming and compelling stories from four exemplary businesses, organizations, and individuals. Whether it was providing 50,000 pounds of food to the hungry, fostering a thriving work culture, or empowering the community – the encouraging tales of these deserving recipients bring light to what it means to act with integrity.

Cathy Armour

“It is evident to see how marketplace excellence takes many forms,” said Cathy Armour, BBB Central Indiana Interim President, and CEO. “Even though we could not gather again this year to celebrate, we are thrilled to recognize these remarkable models of trust who make central Indiana a better and brighter community.”   

The following 2021 Torch Award recipients have built a culture where trust is ingrained in their values:   

Character of Leadership, ONiT Painting
As the president of ONiT Painting, Chris Elliot is committed to living his life and leading his team with the highest level of integrity. The BBB Accredited Business is a veteran-owned company that specializes in residential and commercial painting and repairs. Elliott believes being a great leader requires courage and commitment to those around you and a sincere interest in their personal and professional development. Watch to learn more about ONiT Painting.

Culture Built on Trust, B3 Logistix
Built on core values that drive success while emphasizing trust, B3 Logistix has created a culture that fosters professional and personal growth for its team. Matt Thomas, CEO of B3 Logistix which is a full-service logistics company, believes the driving force of success is their ability to adapt to situations within the transportation industry. Watch to learn more about B3 Logistix.

Commitment to Customers, Mobius Vendor Partners LLC
As a business process design, management, and performance improvement company, Mobius Vendor Partners LLC (Mobius VP) strives to have accurate factual data to present to its customers. Bob Kobek, CEO of Mobius VP, believes it’s critical to maintain the highest level of trust with their customers. One way the BBB Accredited Business for nearly 12 years achieves this is by remaining committed to assessment, deployment, and business integrity through all levels of their clients’ journey. Watch to learn more about Mobius VP.

Impact in the Community, WellSpring Center
Since 1988, the WellSpring Center serves as the only shelter for families experiencing homelessness in Morgan County. WellSpring’s mission is dedicated to making a positive impact in the community by supporting those who need assistance. The center provides emergency shelter, permanent housing, and a street outreach team with an abundance of programs including empowering life skills classes and an onsite pantry that provides essentials and 50,000 pounds of food to those in need. Watch to learn more about Wellspring.